Watch: Red Bull HRT teases new look for 2017

VIDEO: THE rebranded Red Bull Holden Racing Team has given us a sneak peek at the new livery their cars will carry into the 2017 Supercars season. [Read entire story]

The unluckiest driver in Formula 1

WITH Mercedes suddenly hunting for a new driver, Nico Hulkenberg should have been the only one on their list. Instead, it just built his case as the unluckiest driver on the F1 grid. [Read entire story]

Champion Price makes solid Dakar start

AUSTRALIA’S defending champion Toby Price made a steady start to the 2017 Dakar Rally as the event got underway in South America. [Read entire story]

Al Attiyah blazes to victory as Dakar kicks off

TWO-time winner Nasser Al Attiyah has gotten off to a fine start in the 2017 Dakar Rally, overcoming a fire to win the opening stage. [Read entire story]

Live: Kennards Hire Rally Australia, Day 1

LIVE BLOG: Follow all the action from Day 1 of the 2016 Kennards Hire Rally Australia at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. [Read entire story]

Kiwi plots hard landing for Seb

KIWI driver Hayden Paddon was literally breathing down the neck of world rally champion Sebastien Ogier on Thursday. [Read entire story]

The Moto3 rookies that herald a new era

SIXTEEN years old and racing a motorbike at world championship level. Raul Fernandez is one of a crop of rookies whose birthdate will make you feel really, really old ... [Read entire story]

‘Close to seriously damaging our brand’

HIDDEN behind Max Verstappen’s impeccable drive in Brazil was a damaging situation F1 official’s narrowly dodged, writes Martin Brundle. [Read entire story]

Watch: 25 years since the end of an F1 era

VIDEO: FOR all the purists that decry electronics’ influence of the modern F1 car — Ayrton Senna’s 1991 Australian GP pole lap is for you. [Read entire story]

Davison: Qualifying crucial under NZ format

SUPERCARS heads across the ditch to its last permanent circuit of the year, where Will Davison expects the race format to make qualifying crucial. [Read entire story]

The unanswered question on Bathurst protest

COLUMN: IT’S been a whirlwind few days for Will Davison, who explains what it’s like to win the Bathurst 1000 — and poses a hypothetical about the protest. [Read entire story]

‘He is going to send cars skywards’

AFTER another incident, Max Verstappen has been warned his rivals may change their tactics to combat his most daring manoeuvre. [Read entire story]

Newcastle gets Supercars finale from 2017

THE Supercars season will end with a stunning seaside backdrop from 2017, Newcastle confirmed as the new host of the last round of the championship. [Read entire story]

Lowndes, Whincup to race Ferrari at Bathurst

CRAIG Lowndes will return to the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour next year, and he’s bringing Jamie Whincup and Triple Eight Race Engineering with him. [Read entire story]

Fate once again cruels Power’s title bid

WILL Power came up short of a second IndyCar Series title, a mechanical issue putting him out of contention in the season finale at Sonoma. [Read entire story]

Pagenaud seals maiden IndyCar Series title

A CHAMPION’S drive netted Simon Pagenaud his maiden IndyCar Series title, winning the season finale at Sonoma. [Read entire story]

Nissan revved up for V8 future

NISSAN is expected to declare war on Holden by becoming the next car manufacturer to sign a new deal with Supercars in a major coup for Australian motorsport. [Read entire story]

Holden Racing Team dumped from V8s

IN a bombshell that will devastate Australian motorsport, Holden have dumped the Holden Racing Team and will only sponsor Triple Eight Race Engineering from next year. [Read entire story]

Cleared to overtake the ‘King of the Mountain’

BEV Brock has given Craig Lowndes the green light to break her late husband Peter’s Bathurst record and become the sport’s next “King of the Mountain’’. [Read entire story]

Supergirls back for second tilt at Bathurst

THE Harvey Norman Supergirls team will return to Mount Panorama this October for its second tilt at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000. [Read entire story]

Stoner ’unbelievable’ in Austrian test

SURE, he crashed with a few corners to go, but Casey Stoner’s final flying lap of MotoGP testing in Austria illustrated that he’s lost none of his speed. [Read entire story]

Supercars safety change won’t be rushed

SUPERCARS officials are likely to wait until the 2017 season to introduce a Safety Car Speed Limiter system, currently under development. [Read entire story]

The problem with ‘Ricciardo to Ferrari’

REPORTS from Britain have refired the chatter around a potential ‘Daniel Ricciardo to Ferrari’ move, but there are significant hurdles to a deal being done. [Read entire story]

McLaughlin’s big 2017 move confirmed

THE confirmation of the biggest Supercars silly season move in recent years has finally come: Scott McLaughlin is moving to DJR Team Penske. [Read entire story]

Live: Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix

LIVE BLOG: Click here for live coverage of all the F1 action from the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal. Click for live timing, live blog, live video. [Read entire story]

Relieved Ricciardo worried wheels would fall off

LEWIS Hamilton swept to his fifth Canadian Grand Prix pole position as Daniel Ricciardo survived a ‘pretty big kiss’ in his Red Bull to qualify fourth. [Read entire story]

Ricciardo’s silent treatment for Red Bull

DANIEL Ricciardo kept his distance from Red Bull following his frustrations in Monaco as ‘it wasn’t probably healthy to address it straight away.’ [Read entire story]

More surgery for Courtney

HOLDEN’S James Courtney needs more surgery to deal with the painful rib injury he suffered in a freak accident last year. [Read entire story]

Small change could have ‘amazing’ impact

SO FEW people are happy with the state of F1 at present, but Pirelli’s new innovation is set to make the sport much more exciting. [Read entire story]

The hoax that sent F1 fans into a fury

NOT a fan of Justin Bieber showing up at the Monaco GP? A bunch of F1 fans were tricked into thinking he’d go a step further in Canada. [Read entire story]

The truth about ‘home track advantage’

WITH Winton the home track for several Supercars squads, Will Davison looks at whether they will really have an advantage over the visitors this weekend. [Read entire story]

Haber gets chance as BMW goes all in

THE car company commitment to sports car racing in Australia has taken another step forward with the arrival of a second BMW M6 GT3 for this year’s national championships. [Read entire story]

‘WRC champ poised for career grand slam’

RALLY Argentina sees reigning WRC champ Sebastien Ogier poised to complete a career milestone. Aussie rally star Molly Taylor previews this weekend’s event. [Read entire story]

‘F1 chief’s actions louder’ than sexist words

THE last female racer to drive in an F1 race weekend has responded to Bernie Ecclestone’s claims that women drivers won’t be taken seriously. [Read entire story]